Super Mario Bros .: A sequence from the movie trailer recreated in Super Mario 64

Super Mario Bros .: A sequence from the movie trailer recreated in Super Mario 64

Super Mario Bros .

After the trailer for the Super Mario Bros. movie, the character's fanbase got into turmoil. One of the many manifestations of approval of what has been seen, is the work done by YouTuber Coda to reproduce some of the sequences of the trailer in Super Mario 64. In the specific case, which you find at the head of the news, we are talking about the dialogue between Bowser and the king of the penguins.

After all, the inclusion of the penguins had immediately made us think of the classic for Nintendo 64, so the association is was really natural. Sure, Coda has taken some liberties with the animations and directing, but the scene has remained essentially the same and is also very nice, although the details are naturally much less.

After the success of the video, Coda has promised that he will make others inspired by the trailer and the film. We'll see what it will produce. Meanwhile, we can also look at the trailer for the Super Mario Bros. movie, made by Illumintation (the same studio as the Despicable Me and Minions franchises).

Source Have you noticed any errors?

Chris Pratt Voices Mario in Super Mario Bros. Trailer, and Fans Don't Love It

The much-anticipated teaser trailer for the Super Mario Bros. Movie arrived on Thursday, and naturally, fans had a-many reactions to hearing celeb actors voice the classic video game characters. Jack Black roared as Bowser (he's gonna be great), and Keegan-Michael Key piped up as Toad. But the voice everyone was waiting for was Chris Pratt as Mario, the overalls-wearing plumber who's perhaps the most famous face of video games.

The face was fine -- animated Mario has his mustache, his red cap, his denim overalls. But when fans finally got to hear Pratt speak (he barely said anything) in Mario's voice... well, it sounded like Pratt's. It's understandable he wasn't going to use the 'It's-a me, Mario' exaggerated Italian stereotype voice that's so associated with Mario, but could he do something different? Check out the joy in Mario video game voice actor Charles Martinet's voice. Someone noted in the YouTube comments of that video that Martinet has 'Robin Williams energy,' and that's exactly what Mario needs.

Viewers seemed to agree. One wrote, 'Who would have thought that Chris Pratt's big secret voice in the Mario movie would be his normal speaking voice?'

But some people approved of Pratt, arguing that an exaggerated Mario voice wouldn't work for a feature-length film.

'I'm not worried about it,' one viewer wrote. 'I'd like to hear more of his Mario voice. It does still sound like Chris Pratt, but I heard a hint of Mario in there, too.'

Pratt or no Pratt, fans seem enthused about seeing the movie. One fan wrote, 'It's kinda sad that everyone was shocked at how amazing it looked because no one thought it was going to be good.'

The Super Mario Bros. Movie comes out April 7, 2023.

Movies Coming in 2022 From Marvel, Netflix, DC and MoreSee all photos